The Oil Spill Recovery Institute (OSRI) is interested in evaluating Potential Ports of Refuge (PPOR) in western and northern Alaska to determine their suitability for different classes of vessels.
The Oil Spill Recovery Institute (OSRI) in Cordova, Alaska and partner institutions are interested in developing the resources and tools needed to provide oil spill trajectories that can be used for planning purposes. We have initiated work to produce a hindcast using the NOAA Cook Inlet Operational Forecast System (CIOFS) model and compare those results to existing measurements. There are few detailed measurements of the oceanography associated with tidal rips. These features are convergence zones that are important to oil transport but may be poorly resolved by the models.
The Oil Spill Recovery Institute (OSRI) in Cordova, Alaska seeks to support an internship project that addresses issues connected with our mission. Our mission is to support research, education, and demonstration projects that improve our understanding of and response to marine oil spills in the Arctic and Subarctic. We seek proposals to fund an internship project with a clear connection to OSRI’s mission from organizations with compatible missions.
The Oil Spill Recovery Institute (OSRI) in Cordova, Alaska annually awards graduate fellowships. We are soliciting proposals for two new graduate research fellowships. Fellowships are made available on a competitive basis to students admitted to or enrolled in a full-time master's or doctoral program at accredited colleges and universities. Proposals for up to $30,000 per year will be accepted and may provide funding for up to two years for master's or up to four years for doctoral-level research.